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2001, 2002, and 2003

Number and Percent of Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State: Three-Year Averages for, 2001, 2002, and 2003.
(Numbers in Thousands)

  Total Children under 19 years, all income levels At or below 200% of poverty At or below 200% of poverty without health insurance
Number Standard error Percent Standard error Number Standard error Percent Standard error
U.S 76,546 29,279 272.4 38.2 0.3 5,715 125.7 7.5 0.2
Alabama 1,170 502 35.5 42.9 2.3 76 14 6.5 1.2
Alaska 201 64 4.6 31.8 1.9 11 1.9 5.4 0.9
Arizona 1,575 684 48.5 43.4 2.3 184 25.1 11.7 1.5
Arkansas 716 370 25.4 51.6 2.5 50 9.3 7 1.3
California 10,109 4,169 137.4 41.2 1 893 64 8.8 0.6
Colorado 1,210 392 27.6 32.4 1.9 103 14.2 8.6 1.1
Connecticut 885 226 18.6 25.6 1.8 42 8 4.7 0.9
Delaware 208 61 5.4 29.2 2.2 9 2.1 4.5 1
District of Columbia 115 61 4.9 52.9 2.9 7 1.7 6.1 1.4
Florida 4,102 1,706 74.3 41.6 1.4 418 36.7 10.2 0.8
Georgia 2,374 913 65 38.5 2.2 196 30 8.3 1.2
Hawaii 326 114 9 35 2.2 14 3.1 4.2 0.9
Idaho 391 170 12 43.5 2.3 34 5.4 8.7 1.3
Illinois 3,363 1,202 60.7 35.8 1.4 235 26.9 7 0.8
Indiana 1,627 562 37.8 34.5 1.9 104 16.2 6.4 1
Iowa 757 233 18.4 30.8 2 33 6.9 4.4 0.9
Kansas 715 232 17.7 32.5 2 35 6.9 4.9 0.9
Kentucky 1,039 455 32 43.8 2.3 79 13.4 7.7 1.2
Louisiana 1,260 614 41.7 48.7 2.4 117 18.1 9.3 1.4
Maine 288 108 7.8 37.5 2.1 10 2.4 3.6 0.8
Maryland 1,464 341 29.2 23.3 1.8 60 12.3 4.1 0.8
Massachusetts 1,520 445 33.7 29.3 1.9 47 10.9 3.1 0.7
Michigan 2,614 903 50.4 34.5 1.6 109 17.6 4.2 0.7
Minnesota 1,276 309 26.6 24.2 1.8 45 10.2 3.5 0.8
Mississippi 808 418 28.6 51.7 2.5 68 11.6 8.4 1.4
Missouri 1,467 481 36 32.8 2 46 11 3.2 0.7
Montana 230 104 8.2 45.4 2.6 21 3.7 9.2 1.5
Nebraska 463 145 11.8 31.2 2.1 18 4.1 3.8 0.9
Nevada 605 240 15.8 39.6 2 70 8.6 11.5 1.3
New Hampshire 315 70 6.4 22.1 1.8 7 2.1 2.4 0.7
New Jersey 2,160 562 37.8 26 1.5 129 17.9 6 0.8
New Mexico 520 277 20.1 53.2 2.6 54 8.9 10.4 1.6
New York 4,828 1,954 74.8 40.5 1.2 268 27.8 5.6 0.6
North Carolina 2,158 941 53.5 43.6 1.9 177 23.4 8.2 1
North Dakota 149 56 4.3 37.2 2.3 8 1.6 5.5 1.1
Ohio 2,958 984 54.7 33.3 1.5 152 21.5 5.1 0.7
Oklahoma 918 424 28.9 46.2 2.3 91 13.2 10 1.4
Oregon 882 343 25.6 38.9 2.3 66 11.3 7.5 1.2
Pennsylvania 2,969 1,006 53.2 33.9 1.5 182 22.8 6.1 0.7
Rhode Island 257 80 6 31.2 1.9 8 1.8 3 0.7
South Carolina 1,071 434 31 40.5 2.2 60 11.5 5.6 1
South Dakota 201 66 4.9 33 2 9 1.8 4.4 0.9
Tennessee 1,461 615 47.1 42.1 2.5 81 17.1 5.6 1.1
Texas 6,467 3,134 114.3 48.5 1.3 976 64.2 15.1 0.9
Utah 788 271 18.8 34.5 1.9 48 7.9 6.1 1
Vermont 141 43 3.7 30.9 2.2 3 1 2.2 0.7
Virginia 1,884 537 44.3 28.5 2 93 18.6 5 1
Washington 1,598 568 43 35.5 2.2 86 16.5 5.4 1
West Virginia 415 205 13.6 49.4 2.3 22 4.5 5.4 1.1
Wisconsin 1,395 440 32 31.5 1.9 49 10.5 3.5 0.7
Wyoming 127 46 3.6 36.3 2.3 9 1.6 7.3 1.2

Footnotes:

  • * Average of the three years' percentages: not average 'Number' divided by average Total Children. Results may differ slightly based on the method used.

Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2002, 2003, and 2004 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Health Insurance |  Last Revised: September 12, 2012